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Requiem
03-03-2010, 11:13 AM
Here is a thread where you guys can tout some of your favorite prospects in this years draft. This isn't exactly who you think the Broncos will draft, but players you enjoy and feel will be able to contribute immediately, or in the long-term, very successfully in the NFL. Do as many as you'd like, I'll give a few.

1) Jerry Hughes, DE/OLB - TCU

I think Hughes has an outside shot at the first-round for teams looking for him to be a rushbacker in the 3-4. His last two years have been exceptional and he had a great showing at Indianapolis. I know we have Dumervil and potential in Robert Ayers, but somehow I'd like this guy to become a Denver Bronco. I think he is going to be a great player immediately for whoever drafts him.

2) Nate Allen, S - USF

A smart player with exceptional tackling skills and good in coverage. He is a team leader and also has extensive special teams experience. People are talking about Berry, Mays and Thomas, but Allen deserves some mention. In my eyes he's a top fifty pick, and will be a long-term starter at safety for many years to come.

3) Mardy Gilyard, WR - Cincinnati

I can't think of many better playmakers in this draft who have the ability to be a starting wide receiver as well as a consistent contributor in the return game. His story and path to success is a great one and I think he will be a very good player in the NFL. He is more quick than fast, but has solid hands and has been consistent the past few years. I hope he is able to get into a pass happy offense in order to get some good opportunities. For some reason I just see him as an Arizona Cardinal if they end up getting rid of Boldin.

GoBroncos84
03-03-2010, 03:20 PM
Eric Berry
Dexter McCluster
Jarrett Brown
C.J. Spiller
Mike Iupati


Not necessarily in order, I just like all of those guys. I love the passion that Berry and McCluster play with, both overcoming some size concerns. More so Dexter than Eric on size limitations, but even he was labeled at one point as having to convert to CB at the next level. He added weight though. I love Brown's toolset if he can put it all together. Spiller is a homerun waiting to happen each time he touches it. And Iupati plays with a mean streak, which I love on the line

SouthStndJunkie
03-03-2010, 03:50 PM
Here is an early list of some players I like:

Dan LeFevour, QB, Central Michigan
Jevan Snead, QB, Mississippi (if he falls far enough)
LeGarrette Blount, RB, Oregon
Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame
Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati
Antonio Brown, WR, Central Michigan
Freddie Barnes, WR, Bowling Green
Stephen Williams, WR, Toledo
Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan
Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska (obvious)
Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas
Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri
Thaddeus Gibson, OLB, Ohio State
Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State
Donovan Warren, CB, Michigan
Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
Earl Thomas, S, Texas
Larry Asante, S, Nebraska
Barry Church, S, Toledo

ludo21
03-03-2010, 03:56 PM
2nd SSJ list.

I love Kyle Wilson, too bad we wont touch him at all unless he drops wayy far.

Im a big CJ Spiller fan as well, I think he will be a stud. Javhid Best is another guy I am rooting for

GoBroncos84
03-03-2010, 05:35 PM
Also, im rooting for guys like Myron Rolle and Tim Tebow. So long as they don't go to teams I despise.

Aftermath
03-04-2010, 01:14 AM
Eric berry
Golden tate
Jerry hughes
Brandon graham
Sean weatherspoon

Aftermath
03-04-2010, 01:15 AM
Eric berry
Golden tate
Jerry hughes
Brandon graham
Sean weatherspoon

s0phr0syne
03-04-2010, 07:30 AM
Blair White? Seems like he's had generally good reviews following his senior season with his performance at the bowl games and his combine numbers. Don't know how he looks on film, but his highlights make him look like a sure handed, tough receiver. He's white, so obviously he's a Wes Welker type ;)

Mediator12
03-04-2010, 07:46 AM
Blair White? Seems like he's had generally good reviews following his senior season with his performance at the bowl games and his combine numbers. Don't know how he looks on film, but his highlights make him look like a sure handed, tough receiver. He's white, so obviously he's a Wes Welker type ;)

That is a good call. Actually, he reminds me more of Austin Collie in a more balanced offense. White and Shipley look very similar on tape, and White is a much better value. The WR's and CB's in this class seem to be pretty underrated by the net right now. We shall see if that changes between now and April 22.

Mediator12
03-04-2010, 07:48 AM
BTW, There is ton of guys in this draft that stand out to me. I will update them as they get drafted in the OM mock draft.

s0phr0syne
03-04-2010, 09:13 AM
Chris Brown (OU) as a later round RB. He's got versatile skills and I think could carve out a Kevin Faulk type of role with a team.

DBroncos4life
03-04-2010, 01:51 PM
Jason Pierre-Paul South Florida
Jamar Chaney Mississippi State
Clifton Geathers South Carolina
Earl Mitchell Arizona
Pat Angerer Iowa
Larry Asante Nebraska
Roddrick Muckelroy Texas
Demaryius Thomas Georgia Tech
Danario Alexander Missouri

Mediator12
03-04-2010, 02:07 PM
Jason Pierre-Paul South Florida
Jamar Chaney Mississippi State
Clifton Geathers South Carolina
Earl Mitchell Arizona
Pat Angerer Iowa
Larry Asante Nebraska
Roddrick Muckelroy Texas
Demaryius Thomas Georgia Tech
Danario Alexander Missouri

Solid list DB. I like all those guys but Alexander and Geathers.

DBroncos4life
03-04-2010, 02:17 PM
Solid list DB. I like all those guys but Alexander and Geathers.

What don't you like about Alexander? For some reason when I watch the guy I always think he should be better then he is. Maybe it's all those B12 games I pay attention too ;D Geathers just is intriguing to me. The coaching staff at SC seems to think the world of him and his talent. I would like to see if he could put it together in the NFL.

elsid13
03-04-2010, 02:24 PM
My list

Blount OU - RB, just very solid runner that I think would excel for ZBS team
Earl Mitchell - DT AZ - very solid DT that just hustles a lot
Mike Johnson - G- ALA - a guy that you can plug into LG and have 10 year career
Devin Ross -CB- AR - a playmaker. He not at Casson level but close
Rick Sapp - De/LB - Clem -playmaker
Rob Gronkowski - AZ- Best TE in the draft and will be impact player in the NFL
Thomas -WR - GT - reminds me of faster Vincent Jackson.

Mediator12
03-04-2010, 02:47 PM
What don't you like about Alexander? For some reason when I watch the guy I always think he should be better then he is. Maybe it's all those B12 games I pay attention too ;D Geathers just is intriguing to me. The coaching staff at SC seems to think the world of him and his talent. I would like to see if he could put it together in the NFL.

Alexander struggles to get seperation. He could work out at the next level, but I just think he is going to strugggle to get open. He has great height though and might be a solid possession receiver and red Zone Target.

You already had the Geathers discussion with me ;D

DBroncos4life
03-04-2010, 03:02 PM
Alexander struggles to get seperation. He could work out at the next level, but I just think he is going to strugggle to get open. He has great height though and might be a solid possession receiver and red Zone Target.

You already had the Geathers discussion with me ;D

Alexander's injuries have me concerned as well, but I agree with what you are saying about him. To be honest with you I think the Bears could use someone like him to try and be a poor man's Marshall for Cutler.

Reading NFL.coms combine report about Geathers seemed to be a exact copy of what you were saying to me about him. :) Still if some team is going to develop him I hope its us!

Ziggy
03-04-2010, 03:27 PM
Eric Berry
Sam Bradford
Dan Lefevour
Lamarr Houston
Andre Roberts
JD Walton
Thomas Austin
Akwasi Owusu-Ansah
Jeff Byers

HAT
03-06-2010, 07:37 PM
If BM goes to Seattle for #14 and a 4th like some are speculating.......

1a. D. Williams
1b. Iupati
2. Spikes/Allen/Gilyard (In that order)
3. Wotton/Alualu/Decker (ITO)
4a. Decker/Olsen/A. Dixon (ITO)
4b. Skelton
6. OL/DL BPA
7. OL/DL BPA

gyldenlove
03-06-2010, 07:55 PM
By position:

QB: Sam Bradford, Levi Brown, John Skelton and Mike Kafka
RB: Jahvid Best, Joe Mcknight, Ben Tate, Deji Karim and Alfonso Smith
TE: Rob Gronkowski, Michael Hoomanawanui, Nate Byham and Jim Dray
OT: Bryan Bulaga, Jared Weldheer, Vladimir Ducasse, Kyle Calloway, Ramon Harewood
OG/OC: Mike Iupati, Jon Asamoah, Sergio Render, JD Walton, Matt Tennant and Eric Olsen
DL: Brandon Deaderick, CJ Wilson, Alex Carrington, Jared Odrick, Cam Thomas, Dan Williams, Lamarr Houston, Al Woods, Tyson Alualu, Torell Troup, Brian Price, Linval Joseph and Kade Weston
OLG: Brandon Graham, Koa Misi, George Selvie, Sergio Kindle, Jason Worilds
ILB: Rolando Mcclain, Brandon Spikes, Pat Angerer, Mike Mclaughlin

I will finish the last positions later as I do not yet have an overview - but those are players I like for us.

s0phr0syne
03-07-2010, 07:27 AM
Carrington is someone whose stock was soaring a few weeks ago but seems to have died down in the interim. I don't think he was a combine invite, so that might explain some of it. Does he have an overall good showing on gamefilm?

BTW, like the list in many respects gylden. Although, I'm surprised to see Ryan Matthews excluded from your RB list. I think he could be a good complement to Knowshon. Where is he currently being projected? If he's in the late 2nd or 3rd, think he'd be a good pick.

That One Guy
03-07-2010, 09:34 AM
By position:

QB: Sam Bradford, Levi Brown, John Skelton and Mike Kafka
RB: Jahvid Best, Joe Mcknight, Ben Tate, Deji Karim and Alfonso Smith
TE: Rob Gronkowski, Michael Hoomanawanui, Nate Byham and Jim Dray
OT: Bryan Bulaga, Jared Weldheer, Vladimir Ducasse, Kyle Calloway, Ramon Harewood
OG/OC: Mike Iupati, Jon Asamoah, Sergio Render, JD Walton, Matt Tennant and Eric Olsen
DL: Brandon Deaderick, CJ Wilson, Alex Carrington, Jared Odrick, Cam Thomas, Dan Williams, Lamarr Houston, Al Woods, Tyson Alualu, Torell Troup, Brian Price, Linval Joseph and Kade Weston
OLG: Brandon Graham, Koa Misi, George Selvie, Sergio Kindle, Jason Worilds
ILB: Rolando Mcclain, Brandon Spikes, Pat Angerer, Mike Mclaughlin

I will finish the last positions later as I do not yet have an overview - but those are players I like for us.


Let's change up the rules and you just fill us in on who you don't like. ;)

gyldenlove
03-07-2010, 02:25 PM
Carrington is someone whose stock was soaring a few weeks ago but seems to have died down in the interim. I don't think he was a combine invite, so that might explain some of it. Does he have an overall good showing on gamefilm?

BTW, like the list in many respects gylden. Although, I'm surprised to see Ryan Matthews excluded from your RB list. I think he could be a good complement to Knowshon. Where is he currently being projected? If he's in the late 2nd or 3rd, think he'd be a good pick.

Carrington looks good on film, he plays with a lot of strength but needs more training and a bit more fire in him. Carrington was at the combine, he had 26 reps in bench press but tweaked his ankle while running the 40. He rose a lot during the senior bowl practices.

I don't like Ryan Matthews as a complement to Moreno, I see them as being way too similar. I believe Matthews is a 2nd round pick right now, he will in most likelyhood be the 2nd or 3rd RB drafted.

chaz
03-07-2010, 10:24 PM
Anyone have a feel for where Sean Lee maybe taken? Blue-collar ILB from PSU...a lot to like in the middle rounds.

chickennob2
03-07-2010, 11:55 PM
I don't like Brandon Graham. Way too small. Look at the combine numbers and check his arm length. Not impressive. I think he's a guy who's getting a lot of hype for a great senior bowl but will never be more than just a guy at the next level.

Bronco CB40
03-08-2010, 12:35 AM
Bryce Harper, Jameson Tallion, Drew Pomeranz, Austin Wilson, Cory Vaughn. Oops wrong sport.

Bronco CB40
03-08-2010, 12:37 AM
I hope the Broncos take a 6th-7th round flier on 3-4 pass rusher Carl Ihenacho from San Jose State. He is a project, but explosive off the line.

Bronco CB40
03-08-2010, 12:38 AM
I don't like Brandon Graham. Way too small. Look at the combine numbers and check his arm length. Not impressive. I think he's a guy who's getting a lot of hype for a great senior bowl but will never be more than just a guy at the next level.

If you watch his game film though, Graham makes plays. He has good technique and pad level for a guy of his size.

gyldenlove
03-08-2010, 06:45 AM
Anyone have a feel for where Sean Lee maybe taken? Blue-collar ILB from PSU...a lot to like in the middle rounds.

3rd round